There is a major twist at Man United as it is claimed that the transfer plans have been changed from what was earlier anticipated.
It was earlier believed that most of the youth players would be asked to find new clubs n January while those with a future at the club be made to move out on a loan deal but the direction of things have now changed.
The Red Devils in a statement claim they have a duty to assist and that no youth player would be forced to leave the club in January because of the lack of first-team football.
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This is because of the effect of the world pandemic on several clubs that may hinder the players from securing good deals for the next transfer window as the majority of the clubs will only focus on their priority.
The Red Devils academy chief, Nick Cox revealed that the decision to keep some of the players was taken during the lockdown, stressing that it was not right to release players from their program because of the expected uncertainties that could happen.
According to him, people have been through trauma and there is a need for a recovery process, even at the financial level before allowing the young players to leave.